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June 27th, 2019 by Matt Miller
Do you know what the average amount of time a user spends on a webpage? 15 seconds. If you narrow that down, the filter from webpages to articles alone, one in three readers spend less than 15 seconds reading.....
May 9th, 2019 by Nyle Bayer
Nyle Bayer provides a brief framework of several mental models in which to create expectations for future returns. Here, Nyle touches on calculations used by the late Jack Bogle as well as HQRs strategy for dealing with an unknown future.
February 7th, 2019 by Joe Mallen
The fourth quarter was brutal for the markets, and while you may want to put those challenges in the rear-view mirror, the primary drivers that caused the drastic market fall at the end of last year are still incredibly relevant right now:
December 14th, 2018 by Joe Mallen
There has been a lot of chatter in recent weeks about the potential for a looming recession, as the market sell-off and new lows for stocks incite panic. Market analysts have long pointed to a flattening yield curve as a telltale sign of a forthcoming recession. It’s true the yield curve is flattening right now, but does that mean a recession is imminent? Not quite.
November 20th, 2018 by Chris Shuba
I think basketball is a pretty easy game. Simply put, you put the ball in the basket as many times as you can until the game is over. It makes logical sense that to increase your chance of winning, you want to take as many layups as you can while minimizing your three-point shots, simply because you have a higher chance of making a layup and thus scoring more points to win. If the high-percentage layup isn’t an available shot, then you move further away from the basket until a shot can be taken.
November 7th, 2018 by Joe Mallen
Recent market volatility has been driving the headlines with the October pullback exceeding 7 percent and inciting some anxiety among individual investors. While this is a natural reaction, it’s vital for investors to remember there’s no need to panic. Markets will fluctuate, and it’s not unusual for 5 to 10 percent pullbacks to occur.